In early phases of the software cycle, requirements
prioritization necessarily relies on the specified
requirements and on predictions of benefit and cost of
individual requirements. This paper presents results of
a systematic review of literature, which investigates
how existing methods approach the problem of
requirements prioritization based on benefit and cost.
From this review, it derives a set of under-researched
issues which warrant future efforts and sketches an
agenda for future research in this area.
|Publisher||IEEE Computer Society Press|
|Conference||16th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE 2008|
|Period||8/09/08 → 12/09/08|